Humayun’s Tomb : Photo Galley

Humayun’s Tomb is a wonderful piece of mughal architecture heritages of India. It is the tomb of emperor Humayun, built nine years after his death by his eldest widow Bega Begum. The tomb was built by persian architect Mirak Mirza Ghiyas, chosen by Bega Begum. The tomb has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site […]

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10 Intriguing photos from Mount Abu

  Mount Abu is a little hill station situated in Rajasthan in Aravalli ranges. The place is cool and surrounded with forests. I have been there twice with family and is a perfect place for a 2 days visit to relax with friends and family. A walk to the Nakki lake, the Abu streets, the […]

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10 Intriguing Photos from Bhuj

Here are some offbeat pictures from my Bhuj trip. If you are planning to go to Bhuj, read below to find out your interests  and what you should and should not miss in your Bhuj Trip. A Getaway to the most beautiful beach of Gujarat, Mandvi Beach Being a Foodie at Bhuj!! An Offbeat historical place […]

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An Offbeat historical place in Bhuj “Chhatedi”

While I searched for the must-to-visit places in Bhuj for my Kutch trip, I had no idea about this place known as “Chhatedi“. On reaching Bhuj, my travel mate, asked to take a rickshaw and get down to “Chhatedi”. I did not even catch the name properly, and kept on asking him several times. I asked […]

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The enchanting ghats of Pushkar

I came back from my 3 day Pushkar trip and many people asked me what did I do 3 days in Pushkar. I only thought these people never saw Pushkar, or probably never saw what I saw in Pushkar! Pushkar is a small village, hence people come with such questions, but if you are someone you loves […]

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One amazing melange of People, Cattles and Colors – The Pushkar Fair

Welcome to this one big assemblage of people in Pushkar, Rajasthan, India. The five day annual mela (known in the local language) is one of the largest camel fair in the world, taking place from Kartik Ekadashi to Kartik Purnima, Oct-Nov in Hindu Calender. This was my first time in Pushkar and I got a good chance […]

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Faces from Pushkar

Here’s another series from my Pushkar trip, the various people I saw in and outside the Pushkar fair. You will be amazed to find such diversities of people flocking this place during the fair. This was my first time to this little village, but I want to see the aloofness of Pushkar when there is no […]

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Streets of Pushkar

Walking through the streets of Pushkar was something I was wanting to do since last couple of months. The Pushkar fair gave me the chance to explore this little village of Rajasthan. What enchanted me the most were the very colorful old houses, the doors, gates, darwajas, windows. I couldn’t resist myself taking a walk […]

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